Range cover after noxious weed: Desirable and undesirable grasses and forbs compete for range space cleared of Klamath weed by leaf-feeding beetles
Alfred H. Murphy, University of California
California Agriculture 9(5):4-13. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v009n05p4.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows:
On two test ranches—in southeastern Humboldt County—range grasses and forbs quickly replaced Klamath weed following biological control by beetles- Chrysolina—which feed exclusively on the weed.
Alfred H. Murphy is Superintendent of the Hopland Field Station, University of California, Hopland.